School may be ‘out’ for students, but Design and Technology staff at Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College in Leeds have been using the school’s workshops for a very worthy cause.
Whilst keeping the school open and adhering to regulations on physical distancing, Ian Granger, Carol Sheward and Shane Dolan are currently turning out 150 PPE masks a day!
Read the full story in the Yorkshire Evening Post:
Never forgetting that ‘charity begins at home’, the technical trio have gone into production of visor masks for two of their College’s Catholic ‘partners’ in the Diocese – and the staff at St Gemma’s Hospice and the Little Sisters of the Poor at Mount St Joseph’s Care Home have made initial requests for 50 visors each.
Grateful thanks to Ian, Carol and Shane for putting their technical talents to such good use at this time!